Custom Google Chat Messages through Automation

Jordon Martig January 2, 2024

Is there a way for Jira to send a google chat nonfiction to a google space through the automation function within Jira? 

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Jordon Martig January 4, 2024

I was able to accomplish this through the use of a "send web request" automation component.  

 

I used a webhook generated in the google space setting and placing this in the Web request URL. For the HTTP Method is used POST. For the Web request body I selected Custom Data and used a json in googles format to send the message. 

Jordon Martig January 4, 2024

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KonstantinK May 7, 2024

There is MyJiraBot app in Google Workspace Marketplace: https://workspace.google.com/marketplace/app/myjirabot/356241633230 

It allows:

  • Get notifications in Google Chat space about Jira updates
  • Customize your notifications (select events type and format of notifications)
  • Set up regular Jira reminders, for example, show all Open tickets each day in the morning or something more complicated using your Jira filters

Maybe it will cover some of your needs

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shankara vijayendran March 19, 2024

@Jordon Martig how to get issue key and summary in the chat?

Jordon Martig March 20, 2024

I was not able to accomplish this via the webhook. The screenshot above simply sends a message within google chat notifying the assignee that an issue has been added. 

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Clark Everson
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January 2, 2024

Hi Jordan,

We used to use google chat and some still do however many issues with integrations were found. It maybe possible but a custom app at your company would need to be made. It's not something where an app already exists on either side out of the box or even to purchase.

Best,
Clark

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